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Extra Ordinary

Pronunciation of Extra Ordinary
/ˈɛkstɹəɹ ˈɔːdɪnəɹi/, /ˈɛkstɹəɹ ˈɔːdɪnəɹi/, /ˈɛ_k_s_t_ɹ_ə_ɹ ˈɔː_d_ɪ_n_ə_ɹ_i/

Antonyms for extra ordinary:

combined, inexpensive, proper, little, ordinary, conventional, obscure, nonessential, unknown, lowly, tenable, unprodigious, essential, indistinct, standard, unfavorable, accountable, slow, sound, losing, superficial, imaginable, boring, average, unexceptional, physical, blunt, awful, dull, real, credible, uninterested, hidden, likely, fitting, useless, servile, fathomable, easy, minute, customary, abnormal, unkind, unsophisticated, dreadful, Familiar, common, paltry, comprehensible, even, earthly, predictable, alike, necessary, lower, ethereal, indefinite, pleasant, experienced, near, habitual, severe, lazy, short, mental, logical, elementary, down, believable, intermittent, miniature, together, same, explicable, minor, unhappy, mediocre, old, secondary, typical, soft, nice, powerless, mild, possible, gentle, teeny, plausible, weak, bad, stunted, understandable, plain, understated, unremarkable, sensible, malevolent, sane, stable, level, mixed, unsuccessful, fundamental, smooth, indifferent, general, systematic, small, disinterested, improper, good, natural, unspecific, inconspicuous, rational, depressed, pleasing, realistic, unintelligent, ignorant, peaceful, attached, mean, uniform, unnotable, well, inconsequential, known, undistinguished, probably, slight, low-key, unmoving, humble, unimportant, knowing, ignoble, upset, contemptible, worthless, regular, like, calm, straight, acceptable, selfish, insignificant, homely, tasteless, bland, intelligible, inappreciable, suitable, unsubstantial, cheap, well-done, methodical, tiny, needed, basic, meaningless, delicate, correspondent, unrestricted, unrefined, unsympathetic, unified, uncharacteristic, trite, unnoteworthy, sad, integral, responsible, ineffective, inconsiderable, shallow, impotent, vague, least, close, underwhelming, hopeless, expected, Forfeiting, low, native, healthy, flat, unexciting, versed, unextraordinary, terrible, stupid, worn, horrible, unnoticeable, unlimited, agreeable, repulsive, commonplace, wonderful, reasonable, uncertain, unlucky, worst, unimpressive, aboveboard, Resembling, Indistinctive, poor, sufficient, unrespected, inferior, frequent, uninteresting, explainable, unprofitable, ok, impoverished, ugly, imperfect, unamazing, conceivable, limited, conforming, harmonious, Dwarfed, similar, untrustworthy, spiritual, describable, inhumane, homogeneous, sober, forgettable, normal, secret, pale, used, incapable, balanced, united, infamous, kind, unsurprising, serious, modest, trivial, usual, unimposing, incurious, moderate, mundane, unfortunate, broken, genuine, main, unsuitable, appropriate, dishonorable, undignified.

Synonyms for extra ordinary:

abnormal (adjective)

aberrant, anomalous, atypical, deviant, deviate, divergent, eccentric, extraordinary, funny, gross, heterodox, irregular, off-base, off-color, preternatural, screwy, spastic, unexpected, unnatural, unorthodox, Anomalistic, Deviating, Heteroclite, Heteromorphic, queer, out of line, grody.

arresting (adjective)

bold, eye-catching, pointed.

astonishing (adjective)

astounding, bewildering, breathtaking, impressive, miraculous, spectacular, staggering, startling, striking, stunning, stupefying, wonderful, wondrous.

atypic (adjective)

odd strange.

bizarre (adjective)

camp, comical, far-out, freakish, grotesque, kooky, ludicrous, oddball, offbeat, outlandish, outre, ridiculous, bugged out, way-out, off the wall.

curious (adjective)

exotic, mysterious, novel, puzzling, quaint, unconventional.

different (adjective)

another, discrete, diverse, especial, express, individual, original, other, several, specialized, specific, various, another story, something else.

distinctive (adjective)

characteristic, cool, diacritic, diagnostic, distinguishing, excellent, far cry, idiosyncratic, perfect, proper, separate, single, superior, typical, unreal, like night and day, poles apart.

distinguished (adjective)

aristocratic, arresting, brilliant, celebrated, conspicuous, dignified, eminent, esteemed, foremost, glorious, great, honored, illustrious, imposing, marked, memorable, name, noble, nonpareil, notable, noted, noteworthy, peerless, prominent, renowned, reputable, royal, salient, shining, signal, stately, unforgettable, venerable, well-known, Famed, acclaimed, talked of, highly regarded, big name.

especial (adjective)

chief, distinguished, dominant, exclusive, paramount, personal, predominant, preeminent, preponderant, principal, private, set, supreme, surpassing.

exceptional (adjective)

abnormal, brainy, distinct, fine, first-rate, good, high, inconsistent, infrequent, premium, prodigious, scarce, world-class, uncustomary, unordinary, first-class.

exotic (adjective)

alien, alluring, colorful, different, enticing, external, extraneous, extrinsic, fascinating, foreign, glamorous, imported, kinky, outside, peregrine, romantic, Introduced, way out, avant garde, far out.

extra (adjective)

added, additional, ancillary, auxiliary, beyond, button, fresh, further, fuss, gingerbread, gravy, ice, in addition, in store, inessential, lagniappe, leftover, more, needless, new, optional, perk, plus, redundant, reserve, spare, superfluous, supernumerary, supplemental, supplementary, surplus, tip, unnecessary, unneeded, unused, over and above, one more, in reserve.

extraordinary (adjective)

amazing, bizarre, boss, curious, exceptional, fab, fantastic, flash, gnarly, heavy, inconceivable, incredible, marvelous, odd, outstanding, particular, peculiar, phenomenal, rare, remarkable, singular, special, strange, stupendous, surprising, terrific, uncommon, unfamiliar, unheard-of, unimaginable, unique, unprecedented, unthinkable, unusual, unwonted, weird, wicked, out of the ordinary, off beaten path.

extreme (adjective)

absolute, desperate, dire, downright, drastic, egregious, exaggerated, excessive, extravagant, fabulous, fanatical, flagrant, harsh, immoderate, improper, imprudent, inordinate, intemperate, irrational, nonsensical, out-and-out, outrageous, overkill, preposterous, rabid, radical, rigid, severe, sheer, stern, strict, thorough, unbending, uncompromising, unreasonable, unseemly, utter, zealous, out of proportion.

famous (adjective)

august, elevated, exalted, grand, important, influential, leading, mighty, notorious, powerful, recognized, splendid, Applauded, Lionized, of note, in limelight, in spotlight, much-publicized, talked about.

fantastical (adjective)

wild, far-fetched, out of this world.

high (adjective)

costly, dear, exorbitant, expensive, high-priced, intensified, lavish, luxurious, precious, rich, sharp, steep, stiff, strong.

historic (adjective)

consequential, famous, significant, Red-letter.

important (adjective)

distinctive, effective, high profile, high-level, high-ranking, incomparable, majestic, potent, seminal, solid, talented, vip, top-drawer, top-notch, upper-class, four-star, front-page, high-up, page-one, major-league, big-time.

impressive (adjective)

absorbing, affecting, awe-inspiring, deep, dramatic, eloquent, excited, exciting, forcible, impassioned, inspiring, intense, massive, momentous, monumental, moving, penetrating, prime, profound, rousing, stirring, sumptuous, superb, thrilling, touching, towering, vital, well-done.

inconceivable (adjective)

implausible, impossible, improbable, mind-boggling, phony, thin, unbelievable, unconvincing, unknowable, unlikely, unsubstantial, weak, Incogitable, Insupposable, imcomprehensible, reachy, won't fly, won't wash.

incredible (adjective)

ace, astonishing, awesome, superhuman.

intense (adjective)

acute, agonizing, ardent, biting, bitter, burning, close, concentrated, consuming, cutting, diligent, eager, earnest, energetic, exquisite, extreme, fervent, fervid, fierce, full, hard, intensive, keen, piercing, protracted, pungent, shrill, stinging, strained, undue, vehement, violent, vivid, Heightened, all-consuming.

irregular (adjective)

capricious, disorderly, inappropriate, off-key, quirky, unofficial, unsuitable.

larger than life (adjective)

immortal, mythical.

magic/magical (adjective)

bewitched, charismatic, clairvoyant, conjuring, demoniac, diabolic, eerie, enchanted, enchanting, ensorcelled, entranced, entrancing, ghostly, haunted, imaginary, magnetic, mystic, necromantic, occult, otherworldly, parapsychological, runic, sorcerous, spectral, spellbinding, spellbound, spiritualistic, spooky, uncanny, witching, witchlike, wizardly, Fiendish, Thaumaturgic, Tranced, telekinetic.

magical (adjective)

magic.

marvelous (adjective)

awful, confounding, incomprehensible, supernatural, difficult to believe.

memorable (adjective)

bodacious, catchy, critical, crucial, decisive, enduring, eventful, heavyweight, historic, hot, indelible, interesting, lasting, meaningful, mind-blowing, observable, rubric, serious, something, super, terrible, Rememberable, STANDOUT, doozie, a-1, big-league.

mighty (adjective)

bulky, colossal, considerable, dynamic, enormous, extensive, heroic, huge, immense, irresistible, large, magnificent, titanic, tremendous, vast.

miraculous (adjective)

inexplicable, magical, monstrous, numinous, unaccountable, unearthly, wonderworking, Supermundane, the utmost, supranatural.

noble (adjective)

beneficent, benevolent, benign, big, bounteous, charitable, courtly, cultivated, generous, gracious, high-minded, honorable, humane, liberal, lofty, magnanimous, meritorious, refined, sublime, sympathetic, tolerant, upright, virtuous, worthy, Great-hearted.

notable (adjective)

evident, manifest, noticeable, pronounced, Celebrious, nameable, high-profile.

noteworthy (adjective)

patent, splash, utmost, underlined, murder, stand-out, the end.

odd/oddball (adjective)

avant-garde, character, crazy, erratic, flaky, freak, freaky, spacey, weirdo, whimsical, off-the-wall.

over-the-top (adjective)

overblown, overdone.

peculiar (adjective)

bent, creepy, wacky.

phenomenal (adjective)

sensational, substantial, unparalleled.

portentous (adjective)

alarming, apocalyptic, destined, doomed, exhilarating, fated, fateful, haunting, ill-fated, impending, inauspicious, intriguing, ominous, premonitory, prophetic, suggestive, threatening, Augural, Ill-boding.

preternatural (adjective)

unrepresentative, untypical, deviative.

queer (adjective)

demented, disquieting, doubtful, droll, dubious, fishy, fly ball, mad, questionable, shady, suspicious, touched, unbalanced, unhinged.

rare (adjective)

attenuate, attenuated, deficient, few, flimsy, isolated, light, limited, occasional, rarefied, scanty, scattered, seldom, short, sparse, sporadic, subtle, tenuous, Unfrequent, Subtile, few and far between, unheard of, semioccasional, recherché.

singular (adjective)

loner, out-of-the-way, breaking new ground.

special (adjective)

appropriate, best, certain, choice, defined, definite, designated, determinate, festive, first, gala, main, major, primary, reserved, restricted, select, smashing, sole, Earmarked.

strange (adjective)

ignorant, inexperienced, mystifying, newfangled, off, perplexing, unaccustomed, unseasoned.

substantial (adjective)

abundant, durable, firm, goodly, hefty, key, material, plentiful, sizable, sound, stable, steady, stout, sturdy, superabundant, tidy, valuable, weighty, worthwhile, well-built, big-deal.

successful (adjective)

acknowledged, advantageous, ahead of the game, auspicious, blooming, blossoming, booming, champion, crowned, efficacious, flourishing, fortuitous, fortunate, fruitful, happy, lucky, lucrative, moneymaking, paying, prosperous, rewarding, rolling, thriving, top, triumphant, unbeaten, undefeated, victorious, wealthy, bestselling, out in front, at the top, at top of ladder, on track.

superhuman (adjective)

bionic, divine, godlike, herculean, omnipotent.

surprising (adjective)

accidental, chance, electrifying, impulsive, out of the blue, shocking, sudden, unanticipated, unforeseen, unpredictable, unpredicted, without warning, from left field.

talismanic (adjective)

fey, Thaumaturgical, Theurgic, Theurgical.

thaumaturgic (adjective)

talismanic.

tiptop (adjective)

elite, uppermost.

towering (adjective)

aerial, airy, gigantic, imperial, soaring, tall, transcendent, ultimate, unmatchable, unmeasurable, Towery, Spiring, skyscraping.

tremendous (adjective)

appalling, blimp, cracking, deafening, dreadful, fearful, formidable, frightful, gargantuan, humongous, jumbo, mammoth, whale, whopper, whopping, great big, mondo.

unaccountable (adjective)

arcane, baffling, impenetrable, inscrutable, unexplainable, unfathomable, unintelligible.

uncanny (adjective)

devilish, ghoulish, inspired, scary, secret, supernormal, supranormal, Inexplainable.

uncommon (adjective)

inimitable, nondescript, out of the way.

unearthly (adjective)

absurd, ethereal, frightening, funereal, ghastly, hair-raising, heavenly, nightmarish, phantom, sepulchral, ungodly, unholy, Hyperphysical, not of this world.

unfamiliar (adjective)

obscure, recondite, remote, unexplored, unknown, uninvestigated, little known.

unforgettable (adjective)

remembered, not to be forgotten.

unimaginable (adjective)

indescribable, ineffable, Inapprehensible, beyond wildest dreams, not understandable.

unique (adjective)

matchless, most, only, primo, unequaled, unexampled, unmatched, unrivaled, Unparagoned.

unnatural (adjective)

affected, assumed, contrary, contrived, ersatz, fabricated, factitious, false, feigned, forced, imitation, insincere, labored, made-up, perverse, perverted, pseudo, staged, stilted, studied, synthetic, theatrical, Concocted, make-believe, put-on, unconforming.

unordinary (adjective)

Atypic.

unprecedented (adjective)

modern, sui generis.

unthinkable (adjective)

illogical, insupportable, out of the question, beyond belief, beyond possibility.

unusual (adjective)

refreshing.

whopping (adjective)

giant, mountainous.

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